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Accessibilite aux Ressources et Demande de Revascularisation du Myocarde


  • Belisle, S.
  • Dionne, G.


L'objectif de Notre Recherche Etait D'isoler L'effet de L'accessibilite Geographique aux Ressources Medicales Sur la Demande de Revascularisation du Myocarde. Nous Avons Utilise des Donnees du Quebec. Nos Resultats Indiquent des Relations Significatives Entre les Variables Accessibilite, Distance et Demande. D'une Part, la Decision du Patient de Subir un Pontage Est Liee Positivement a L'accessibilite aux Ressources Medicales. D'autre Part, la Calibration du Modele de Gravite Nous Indique Que la Distance Joue un Role Important Dans le Choix D'un Hopital.

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  • Belisle, S. & Dionne, G., 1985. "Accessibilite aux Ressources et Demande de Revascularisation du Myocarde," Cahiers de recherche 8531, Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:mtl:montde:8531

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    1. Matteo Lippi Bruni & Lucia Nobilio & Cristina Ugolini, 2008. "The analysis of a cardiological network in a regulated setting: a spatial interaction approach," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 17(2), pages 221-233.

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